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Peter Hessler was The New Yorker’s Beijing correspondent from 2000-2007, and the author of four highly-celebrated books on China. Earlier
On the Sinica podcast, Ian Johnson joins Kaiser Kuo, Jeremy Goldkorn, and David Moser to discuss foreign writers’ coverage of China,
June 8, 2015 9:04 PM
At the New York Review of Books, Ian Johnson discusses author Peter Hessler’s enormous success in China and describes the complexities
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- Feeling at Sea on the Roads of New China
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- The Home Team
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